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  1. Things We Saw Today: Josh Brolin Stole The Infinity Gauntlet At Comic-Con

    Lookin' good.

    He was born for this.

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  2. Infographic Shows the Most Talked About Characters From Game of Thrones Season Four

    But what of Ser Pounce?

    We've got nearly a year to wait (I KNOW) before Game of Thrones returns, but in the meantime we can at least give season 4 a proper post-mortem. TVShowTime compiled this infographic for The Wrap that shows which characters were discussed the most this year, and surprisingly, all men did not need to die to gain viewers' attention. [Season 4 spoilers]

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  3. Are These America’s Most Depressing Professions?

    I don't see "writer of Internet" anywhere here!

    Be nice to your bus driver, guys—if new research is to be believed, people who work in passenger transit are far more likely to be depressed, than, say, coal miners. Frankly, I'm a little dubious. Maybe be nice to everyone, just in case?

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  4. Play with a Wibbly-Wobbly Interactive Timeline of All the Doctors’ Travels

    Just don't go to Manhattan in 1938... has put together a handy interactive infographic for you to play along with the Doctor's travels at home. The Hurt Doctor (as we call him) would probably dislike how wibbly-wobbly and timey-wimey it looks, but it's actually a really fun way to visualize just where in time the Doctor has gone on his roundabout path through history.

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  5. Watch the Entire History (and Future) of the Universe in Animated Form [Video]

    Need to feel insignificant today? We can take care of that.

    All of time and space, and you don't even need a TARDIS! You also won't get shot at or need to run away as much danger as the Doctor does. Instead, you only need YouTube channel Kuzgesagt's handy animated guide on the history of everything (that we're aware of), which puts the entire story of the universe into charming, colorful perspective.

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  6. Your Burning Questions About the Big Pile of Money in Breaking Bad, Now Answered [Infographic]

    They fail to answer whether or not it it's comfortable to sit on. We're guessing no.

    We know now that Walter White had $80 million to his name before "Ozymandias" -- at least, according to him. But how much prop money was actually used to construct the giant pile that went into that storage unit?, a website that -- surprise! -- locates storage facilities, decided to see how much they could figure it out for themselves.

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  7. This Updated Chart of Words in They Might Be Giants Lyrics is Our Favorite Infographic of the Day

    If you are going to do a deeply nerdy bit of fan art for a band, you could do a lot worse than They Might Be Giants.  David Mackenzie (@divmazie) has done the thankless and necessary work of charting the frequency of words as they appear in all 487 songs from TMBG's more than two decades worth of studio albums. Ever wanted to know how many times the word "rocket" is used in the band's songs? Now you don't need to guess.

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  8. Forgot About Dwalin: Never Misidentify A Dwarf Again Thanks To This Handy Flowchart

    Are you constantly confusing the thirteen dwarves who travel with Bilbo Baggins in The Hobbit? Have you made the embarrassing faux pas of confusing Oin with Gloin? Do you not know your Bombur from a hole in the ground? Never fear, my friend, because the fine folks at Lord of the Rings Project have got you covered with this convenient flowchart that can tell you in just a few simple questions which diminuitive, bearded adventurer you're looking at. Click through to embiggen and see the whole chart, and prepare to amaze friends and family alike with your encyclopedic knowledge of Dwarven lore. Or, you know, depress them with it. Probably that second thing.

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  9. All of the Exoplanets, to Scale, Courtesy of xkcd [INFOGRAPHIC]

    One of the best things the comic strip xkcd does is present the mind-bogglingly large in a beautiful, elegant way. This time, the webcomic's artist turned his eye to exoplanets, presenting all the other worlds we've yet discovered in one image, to scale. There sure are an awful lot of them.

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  10. The Facebook IPO by the Numbers [Infographic]

    The Facebook IPO keeps rumbling toward completion while Facebook scrambles to monetize anything and everything as fast as it can. The announcement of the App Center and the testing of highlighted posts are only the beginning of what we can expect from Facebook as a public company, but what about where it is at right now? Not a bad place. Mark Zuckerberg makes a hefty $66.94 per second and is heading for a valuation larger than Boeing or even Starbucks. Does it deserve that? We'll find out soon. In the meantime, you can study up on all the interesting facts and figures with this infographic from MBA Online and come to your own conclusion. Check it out after the jump.

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